Eric Nam Raises Cash For Children’s Charity Thru Karaoke

Eric Nam Raises Cash For Children’s Charity Thru Karaoke

Eric Nam Raises Cash For Childrens Charity Via Karaokenotclaira August 9, 2016 0 Eric Nam Raises Money For Childrens Charity Through Karaoke Eric Nam currentlygave the impression at a karaoke room and sang his comeback music Cant Lend a hand Myself, scoring 99 points.

He then traded his ranking for 990,000 won (about $898), which was once donated to kids alongside hearing loss.

It becomea section of a issue hosted by Genie, which has to this point raised more than 5.8 million won (about $5300). The cash is given to strengthen newborn babies born with hearing loss and 10,000 won is given for every karaoke score point.

I wish I may justtake part in more campaigns where you'll be in a position to give folks hope through singing, Eric Nam said. I had a excellent timemaking a song and dancing as thoughIdentification come with my friends.

The Genie Music Project has been running for 4 months and taking part artists have so some distanceincorporated TWICE, Akdong Musician, Crush, SHINees Jonghyun, and f(x)s Luna.

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'Superstar K' Winner Quietly Donated Prize Cash to Charity

'Superstar K' Winner Quietly Donated Prize Cash to Charity

Kwak Jin-eon, the winner of Mnet's audition-based abilitydisplay "Superstar K", donated the W300 million in prize cash he earned at theprove in October remaining year to a charity, it belatedly printed on Tuesday (US$1=W1,173).Kwak it appearsmade up our minds to donate the money to lend a handother folks in want in Gangwon Province as his mom who runs after-school categories there encouraged him to do so.Meanwhile, he released his debut album on Tuesday and is got to work on selling it.


Chloe Moretz, Eric Nam, Henry, Yewon, and more to karaoke on

Chloe Moretz, Eric Nam, Henry, Yewon, and more to karaoke on "We Got Married"

Even though the upcoming episode of "We Got Married" is the end of the Henry and Yewon couple saga, it looks like they"re ending on a high note. Possibly even one of their best episodes yet!

On the upcoming episode, Henry, Yewon, actress Chloe Moretz, and Eric Nam went to go karaoke. They also invited their friends U-KISS" Kevin and 15&"s Park Ji Min. Hopefully, Yewon wasn"t too left out with all of the English speakers, but we"ll find out once the episode airs!

Chloe Moretz danced the "butt dance" to J.Y. Park"s "Who"s Your Mama?", and everyone joined in to dance to EXID"s "Up and Down"! Henry also showed a different side of himself as he sang the ballad "Love You to Death" by 10cm.

If you want to see all of this for yourself watch the episode on June 13 at 5pm KST!

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Sweet Tune  appeared  to have   partnered  up  with   Eric Nam  for  the  sake opf charity

Sweet Tune appeared to have partnered up with Eric Nam for the sake opf charity

Sweet Tune Collaborates with Eric Nam and 15s Park Jimin for Charity Project On May 19, producer group Sweet Tune revealed, Were in the process of doing a charity song project and we will be donating our total profits earned by the tracks. The first singer for the project is Eric Nam.

Sweet Tune consists of various producers, songwriters, and lyricists, who made hit-songs for SS501, KARA, INFINITE, Boyfriend, Nine Muses, Rainbow, and more.

Sweet Tune also stated, When we were young, we were inspired by senior singers such as Toy, 015B, and Kim Dong Ryul, to become songwriters. Since we are business songwriters, we didnt get many chances to produce songs that we wanted to create. Weve been in this business for 10 years. Now we want to give back with all the emotions that weve felt thus far. Well share emotions with the audience and give all the profits back to the society.

The song that Eric Nam will be singing is titled Dream, featuring 15s Park Jimin. It illustrates a sense of longing, rather than pain, for describing love.

Sweet Tunes project will release songs one by one. Later, the group will hold a meeting to decide where the profits go to, after they release all the songs. Dream is set to release on May 29.

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Shinsegae raises cash for duty-free

Shinsegae raises cash for duty-free

Shinsegae"s main building in downtown Seoul, which it plans to convert into a duty-free shop. Provided by the company

Shinsegae and E-Mart have sold a chunk of their shares in Samsung Life Insurance in a block deal, securing liquidity necessary for investments in new businesses and revamping existing facilities. Shinsegae and E-Mart sold Samsung Life shares worth 655.2 billion won ($601.1 million) at 109,200 won apiece, a 6.2 percent discount from Thursday"s closing price of 116,500 won, in a block deal, Shinsegae said on Friday. Credit Suisse and JPMorgan were advisers for the deal. Following the sale, Shinsegae controls a 2.2 percent stake in the life insurer, down from its previous 3.7 percent, while E-Mart"s stake has come down to 5.9 percent from 7.4 percent. Shinsegae declined to name the buyers but said 30 percent were domestic and 70 percent foreign. Analysts say Shinsegae will likely use its proceeds from the sale - estimated at around 330 billion won - for investments in the duty-free business and new department store openings and renovations. On Thursday, Shinsegae said it plans to convert its original department store building in central Seoul, which was Korea"s first department store when opened in 1930 by Mitsukoshi, into a duty-free shop.The company has also purchased a building owned by Standard Chartered Bank across the street for 85 billion won to install a duty-free store and Hallyu-themed cultural museum."The duty-free business is the hottest among retailers nowadays", said Yu Jung-hyun, an analyst at Daishin Securities. "They are quite desperate to get into it". Margins at duty-free shops are around 15-20 percent, she said, compared to department stores" 5 percent.Sales at duty-free shops are also fast catching up or have already topped those of department stores. Lotte"s central Seoul duty-free shop housed on just three floors of its department store building generated around 2 trillion won in sales last year. The department store, which occupies 10 floors of the same building, generated 1.8 trillion won in sales during same period. The sheer velocity of their growth is attracting retailers. The Korea Customs Service estimates Korea"s duty-free market to be worth 8 trillion won as of 2014, compared with 4.8 trillion won in 2010.Competition for three Seoul duty-free licenses that are to be issued by the country"s custom"s office in July is growing fiercer by the day. Most recently, SK Networks, which operates Walkerhill duty-free shop in northeastern Seoul, came up with plans to set up a duty-free shop in the Cerestar building in Dongdaemun, central Seoul. The building is expected to house both a hotel and an outlet operated by Hyundai Department Store.Hyundai Department Store last month came up with plans to open a duty-free shop at its southeastern Seoul branch in Samseong-dong, which is at the center of the meetings, incentives, conferences and events complex that the Seoul Metropolitan Government is planning.Hanwha Galleria also has plans for a duty-free shop at the 63 Building in Yeoeuido, one of the most popular shopping and entertainment arenas in the country, which is owned by Hanwha Life.As for Shinsegae, winning the coveted duty-free license may not be so easy, analyst say. For one, its location is too close to the existing duty-free shop operated by Lotte - within 5-10 minutes" walking distance. And Shinsegae is also a relative newcomer to the duty-free business, having only recently started a duty-free shop at Gimpo Airport. "And that is probably why Shinsegae has put the whole building on the table. Shinsegae is trying to show that they are serious about the duty-free business, and are willing to dedicate a lot of resources to make it a success", explained Yu at Daishin Securities.BY PARK JUNG-YOUN [[email protected]]


Girls’ Generation’s charity auction raises over $5,000 in funds for terminally ill patients

Girls’ Generation’s charity auction raises over $5,000 in funds for terminally ill patients

Girls’ Generation’s charity auction raises over $5,000 in funds for terminally ill patients

With the help of ‘Beautiful Store‘, Girls’ Generation has held their first charity auction of 2013.

The charity project titled, ‘Together With Sooyoung Let’s Give the Light of Hope to the Dark World’ was revealed through ‘Beautiful Store’, Daum, and QTV.

Sooyoung personally showed up at the charity and brought out the items donated by her fellow members.

Girls’ Generation raised an impressive 5,841,000 won (~$5,500 USD) by selling a total of 17 items of their own.

Jessica’s sneakers sold for 650,000 won (~$600 USD), YoonA’s sunglasses sold for 609,000 won (~$576 USD), Tiffany’s watch sold for 600,000 won (~$568 USD), YoonA’s hat sold for 540,000 won (~$511 USD), and Sooyoung’s watch sold for 412,000 won (~$390 USD).

All the proceeds will be donated to terminally ill patients.

Meanwhile, ‘Girls’ Generation’s Sooyoung and Hope’ campaign will run until January 19th.


SIWA bazaar brings in loads of cash for charity

SIWA bazaar brings in loads of cash for charity

SIWA bazaar brings in loads of cash for charity

Expatriates look at various items at the 34th SIWA and Diplomatic and Community Bazaar held by the Seoul International Women's Association at the Seoul Museum of History in Jongno District, central Seoul, on Nov. 13. By Park Sang-moon

A nesting doll, Cambodian teas and vintage watches made during the USSR era - all of these traditional items of countries worldwide filled the large-scale bazaar philanthropy held by the Seoul International Women's Association (SIWA), in central Seoul.

The 34th annual SIWA and Diplomatic and Community Bazaar took place on Nov. 13 at the Seoul Museum of History in Jogno District, central Seoul, where roughly 4,000 people gathered to obtain the rare items.

More than 40 embassies, several charity groups and other vendors took part in the largest international fund-raising event in the capital to sell various items - homemade cookies, antiques, handmade crafts, clothing and other treasures from around the world.

"I bought some peanuts and cookies, and this is special syrup from Holland", Ylona Janowitz, a Dutch woman who has lived in Korea for 13 years, said, showing what she purchased at the market.

"This is an Advent chocolate calendar from Germany that children eat each piece every day so that they know how many days are left before Christmas".

"It's my 13th time to visit this market", she said. "It's good because all of the proceeds go to Korean charities. I was also a member of a Dutch organization that participated in this market for many years. You find some items which you cannot buy at the shops".

Some of the rare items at the bazaar were authentic objects made during the Soviet Union-era, sold by a Russian vendor.

"All of these items, including watches and paint, were made 25 years ago, during the USSR era", Andrey Tsygankov, an owner of Zlatex Korea, said. "They are leftovers produced at local factories in the Soviet Union".

Some Korean teenagers and housewives flocked to American homemade cookies - all kinds of cookies such as peanut butter, chocolate, oatmeal, jam and lots of candies, made by the American Women's Club of Korea.

"I've been participating in this bazaar for 10 years", Kandy Church, a member of the club, said. "All the ingredients came from the U.S. I went back to the U.S. and brought them back to Korea, carrying them in lots of suitcases, so that I can bake them here.

"I had a couple of people come over to help, but it was all done in my kitchen", she said. "It took us two weeks to bake all of them, from Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

"All of this is for charity", she added. "Children seem to like sugar cookies".

The bazaar's welfare committee said all the proceeds go to underprivileged people in Korea, especially for their welfare, not only for their basic living expenses.

The SIWA estimated they raised about 100 million won ($91,659) in proceeds from this year's bazaar.

"Officially, this year is the 50th anniversary of the bazaar, but in fact, it's been more than 60 years for us to launch this kind of event", Hyun Soon, a representative of the SIWA's Welfare Committee, said.

"Ahead of every Christmas holiday, we have baked homemade cookies, such as ginger bread, by ourselves, collecting traditional items of foreign countries".

Hyun said that the SIWA has a well-organized donation system, investigating all of the organizations that ask them to help.

"If a local organization asks us for help, we visit them in person to see whether they are in need of help and how much they need", Hyun said.

"Even after we gave donations to them, we visit them again to see if the donations went to those who were really in need. Otherwise, the donations we made might go in someone's pocket.

"As Korea's welfare system has expanded, we offer services for welfare of underprivileged people, rather than support for their living expenses", she said. "For instance, we support handicapped people who want to take a trip or visit a local museum. All kinds of underprivileged people are on our list - blind people, patients with Hansen's disease, elderly, orphans and North Korean defectors".

By Kim Hee-jin


Lee Hyori’s charity bazaar raises $24,000 USD in six hours

Lee Hyori’s charity bazaar raises $24,000 USD in six hours

Lee Hyoris charity bazaar raises $24,000 USD in six hours

Lee Hyoris recent charity bazaar has had an explosive response!

On March 23rd, Hyori opened up a charity bazaar with OnStyles Golden 12, and managed to raise $23,916 USD in just under six hours! This is one of the many projects Lee Hyori has in store for her new reality program, Golden 12, which depicts her day-to-day life, not as a celebrity, but as a social entertainer.

The singer brought in her full cast of celebrity friends who made generous donations.So Ji Sub donated jumper and jeans while 2AMs Seulong offered up an autographed CD and sunglasses.

All proceeds from the bazaar will be donated to CJ Donors Camp, KIPA One Love Childrens Center, Elim Childrens Center, and the Love Sam Childrens Center.

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Eric Nam Talks About MAMAMOO’s Sun And How He Photographs His Long term Married Life

Eric Nam Talks About MAMAMOO’s Sun And How He Photographs His Long term Married Life

Eric Nam Talks About MAMAMOOs Sun And How He Photographs His Long run Married Lifestyles JiwonYu August 8, 2016 0 Eric Nam Talks About MAMAMOOs Solar And How He Pictures His Future Married Life Eric Nam these days sat down for a interview and had a couple of drinks, too, whilst answering some questions about his We Were given Married wife Solar from MAMAMOO.

At first, Eric Nam says that it used to be awkward between the two. I called her honey once in a while and it made me cringe, says the singer, laughing.

I just got comfy while filming the remaining two or 3 episodes. I presumed Solar become a playful consumeryet information technologystunned me that she was the full opposite. I used to be very worried at first because this felt like I was signing a wedding contract, Eric Nam confesses.

He continues, The folks in the studio sought after us to get closer quicker, but that doesnt fit alongside our concept. My preciseobjective when marrying in genuine life is to reside like buddies even after marriage.

Eric Nam comments that Solar is an overlyexcellent person, saying, I wish totake care of my friendship with her, calling each and every other each timean excellent or bad thing happens. I learned that my personality fitssmartly with hers once you haveto understandevery one other. My wish that I told her when we were in Jeju Island have become a hot topic. I in point of factintended it when I stated that I wishedto talk informally with her. Thats the sole way we mightdevelop into close. Getting to communicate informally was the key.

In a recent episode of We Got Married, Eric Nam let Solar take pricein their finances. When asked if Eric Nam would let his real wife, later in life, do this, he says, I loveto watchthe massive picture. I may justtackle detailed portions of my budget but I'd leave it up to my wife if she offers. If you glance at my parents, my dad looks at the giganticimage while my motherlooks after the detailed things. Oh, here isslightly fascinating. It seems like 1 prefer my parents style.

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Kim Yu-na Promotes Charity for girls in Need

Kim Yu-na Promotes Charity for girls in Need

Figure skating celebrity Kim Yu-na is selling a taskfor ladies in need.The project led by way of a catholic basis established in 2010, in honor of the past due Cardinal Stephen Kim Sou-hwan, goals to spread a donation culture.Kim Yu-na has been operating with the basis since April 2010."Many feminine breadwinners reside in poverty, suffering to make ends meet", Kim said. "I need them to get the assistthey wantin order thatthey is alsoready tono longer exist discouraged".More knowledgemay also bediscovered at